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5 best cheap eats breakfasts in Buffalo

You don’t have to spend a fortune to have a great breakfast in Buffalo. Here are some of the best – and least expensive – options to get your day off to a good start. Read more

Sweet_ness 7 Cafe / 220 Grant St. / Buffalo / 883-1738

Fresh, local ingredients go into these different dishes, which include pancakes, porridge, ham and eggs, Huevos Rancheros, chorizo, homemade granola and cheesy grits. Opens at 7 a.m. during the week, 8 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Sophia’s Restaurant / 749 Military Road / Buffalo / 447-9661

With souvlaki and gyro breakfasts, crispy home fries, tender pancakes and the homemade bread, all served in more-than-ample portions, Sophia's is a popular spot. Opens daily at 7 a.m.

Nick’s Place / 504 Amherst St. / Buffalo / 871-1772

Specialties include the gyro, chicken or beef souvlaki, a Country Breakfast that’s served on two plates, perfect pancakes, homemade bread and skillets that combine meat, cheese and veggies to your liking. Opens daily at 7 a.m.

Bertha’s Diner / 1430 Hertel Ave. / Buffalo / 836-3100

Grilled blueberry banana bread, “The Catcher’s Mitt" (scrambled eggs served on top of a large waffle) and unforgettable homemade corned beef hash keep the crowds coming. Opens daily at 7 a.m.

Amy’s Place / 3234 Main St. / Buffalo / 832-6666

Awesome food with an emphasis on Lebanese, vegetarian and vegan options. Popular breakfasts include the 2-2-2 of cakes, eggs and meat, and the lentil breakfast with broccoli, home fries and toast. Opens daily at 7 a.m.

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    Vasilis on Main St. downtown. Less than $8 for a huge mushroom-cheese omelette served with home fries and toast, plus coffee. Excellent.